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Manual Reference Pages  -  CONVERT-LY (1)

NAME

convert-ly - manual page for convert-ly 2.19.11

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Examples

SYNOPSIS

convert-ly [OPTION]... FILE

DESCRIPTION

Update LilyPond input to newer version. By default, update from the version taken from the \version command, to the current LilyPond version. If FILE is ‘-’, read from standard input.

OPTIONS

--version
  show version number and exit
-h, --help show this help and exit
-f, --from=VERSION
  start from VERSION [default: \version found in file]
-e, --edit edit in place
-l, --loglevel=LOGLEVEL
  Print log messages according to LOGLEVEL (NONE, ERROR, WARNING, PROGRESS (default), DEBUG)
-n, --no-version
  do not add \version command if missing
-c, --current-version
  force updating \version number to 2.19.11
-d, --diff-version-update
  only update \version number if file is modified
-s, --show-rules
  show rules [default: -f 0, -t 2.19.11]
-t, --to=VERSION
  convert to VERSION [default: 2.19.11]
-b, --backup-numbered
  make a numbered backup [default: filename.ext~]
-w, --warranty
  show warranty and copyright

EXAMPLES

$ convert-ly -e old.ly
$ convert-ly --from=2.3.28 --to=2.5.21 foobar.ly > foobar-new.ly

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs via http://post.gmane.org/post.php?group=gmane.comp.gnu.lilypond.bugs

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for convert-ly is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and convert-ly programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info convert-ly
should give you access to the complete manual.
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